Associate Professor Alysia Blackham is an internationally renowned expert on age discrimination law and the consequences of ageing for workplaces. Her innovative research focuses on the intersection of employment law, equality law and public law, using empirical evidence to cast new light on legal problems.
Funded by an Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Researcher grant (DE170100228 "Addressing Age Discrimination in Employment”), Alysia is exploring the ways in which age discrimination law is enforced in Australia and the UK, and the barriers to effectively addressing age discrimination at work.
Associate professor, University of Melbourne
ARC Discovery Early Career Research Fellow, University of Melbourne
Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Melbourne
Turpin-Lipstein Fellow and College Lecturer in Law, Clare College, University of Cambridge
Executive Officer to the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Corporate Services), University of Technology, Sydney
Solicitor, Herbert Smith Freehills
Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge, PhD in Law